EAUC-Scotland and Historic Environment Scotland are co-hosting an event in Stirling on Monday 7 October. The event will take place at The Engine Shed and is suited to anyone with an interest in sustainability within the Further and Higher Education sector.
Attendees will hear about how climate change is impacting estate management, how to identify key risks, methods for developing plans and examples of partnership approaches. Speakers include Historic Environment Scotland’s Head of Sustainability Dr Ewan Hyslop, Adaption Scotland’s Climate Resilience Project Coordinator Ellie Murtagh and EAUC Scotland’s Programme Manager Rebecca Petford.
Tours of The Engine Shed’s Science & Digital Labs will also be available during the lunch break.
The event is being co-hosted by EAUC-Scotland and Historic Environment Scotland. Adaptation Scotland and EAUC’s new toolkits for progressing adaptation will also both be outlined at the event.
Tours of the Engine Shed’s Science & Digital Labs will also be available during the lunch break.